According to the EU Directive, we analyze the three main product categories: packaging, electrical appliances, and batteries.
Numerous laws, high administrative effort, and ongoing costs – as a manufacturer, distributor, and importer of electrical appliances, packaging, and batteries, you are faced with a variety of challenges and risks. However, only a few manufacturers know how to meet all these requirements lawfully and efficiently – a task that can often be opaque and time-consuming without expert support. Deutsche Recycling Service GmbH is your trusted partner in navigating these challenges!
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Manufacturers and importers are legally obliged under extended producer responsibility to ensure environmentally friendly disposal of their sold electrical and electronic devices. This includes both the collection, processing, and recycling of old devices.
The Battery Act (BattG) obligates manufacturers and distributors of batteries and accumulators to ensure proper disposal and reprocessing. They are required to take back batteries and promote low-pollution recycling.
The Packaging Act (VerpackG) regulates the responsibility of manufacturers and retailers for the disposal and recycling of the packaging they put into circulation. Recycling rates for packaging materials are intended to be increased through the obligation to participate in a dual return system.
Deutsche Recycling Service GmbH is your partner, offering a wide range of expertise. As an operational service provider with a full-service offering, we simplify, coordinate, and handle global environmental compliance tasks and requirements on your behalf. Rest assured, compliance with all your national and international legal obligations is guaranteed through our services:
With the amended Electrical and Electronic Equipment Act of 2015 coming into effect, as a distributor or online retailer, you are required to accept old appliances. But what should you do with the electronic waste that arrives at your premises?
Take-back & recycling in e-commerce
The guide for online traders
Online trade is booming! What is particularly important right now is that anyone who trades in products is subject to binding disposal and recycling obligations, the non-fulfilment of which can lead to considerable sanctions and warnings.
The problem is that many traders are not aware of their obligations. But only those who act in a legally secure manner are safe from unplanned costs and fines.